State FFA office is an elected position of leadership. The officers are charged with the responsibility of providing leadership and direction to the organization throughout the school year. An officer’s duties can be placed in three general categories:
To motivate members to achieve their highest potential and get the
greatest good from their involvement in FFA.
To promote the organization and act as a goodwill ambassador.
To give direction to the work of the organization and perform all
tasks necessary to execute the various Programs of Work in the
State Officer eligibility requirements are as follows:
A candidate can run for state office at the end of his/her senior year
of high school at the state leadership conference; or a candidate
may run at the state leadership conference during the first year
following his/her high school graduation.
Currently maintains, or graduated with, a 2.5 cumulative GPA or
higher (A=4.0 scale; ALL classes taken in grades 9-12 must be
included in the GPA calculation) in high school. Candidate must
also have a "B" cumulative average in their agriculture courses
State Officer Candidates must hold the State FFA Degree.
Submit by March 1 at 11:59 pm